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ReadSpeaker speechCloud API is an online text-to-speech API for making desktop/web/mobile applications and Internet-connected devices talk. Easy to integrate, straightforward, and high-capacity, ReadSpeaker speechCloud API gives you access to high-quality voices in many different languages to read the text in your apps and devices.
Summarize the content of a web page. Returns a summary, the parts of speech for each sentence, the extracted HTML, and the content make up of the page. Natural Language Processing (NLP) gives the system the ability to find the content on the page, but Natural Language Understanding (NLU) enables that content to be classified, and ranked. EnElYou uses a proprietary NLP engine that is faster than any competitor, and maintains high accuracy rates. The synonym and concept engine allows content to be summarized ranking more than keywords. Concepts and Topics influence ranking. Unlike other API's Character counts are very precise. The engine will do its best to get the best summary possible with in the character counts. The "Reauthor" feature rewrites some portions of summaries to make them more concise.
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Jeannie (Voice Actions) is a virtual assistant with over three million downloads, now also available via API. The objective of this service is to provide you and your robot with the smartest response to any natural language question, just like Siri. Jeannie API provides an interface to the standard functions that users demand of modern voice assistants, like chatting, controlling your devices, looking up information, creating messages and much much more. You can extend this API to your own needs. It also provides useful metadata such as sentence analysis and entity extraction that goes beyond simple chatting and voice commands. Several million users have already been in contact with this API: http://www.voice-actions.com/ Examples: https://weannie.pannous.com/api?input=hi&login=test-user https://ask.pannous.com/?input=hi Complete documentation: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dVG_B5Sc2x-fi1pN6iJJjfF1bJY6KEFzUqjOb8NsntI/edit
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W3C Website Summary:
This document contains the 19 October 2012 Web Speech API Specification with its errata (E01-E16) applied. Copyright © 2014 the Contributors to the Web Speech API Specification, published by the Speech API Community Group under the W3C Community Contributor License Agreement (CLA). [...] If this attribute is unset at the time of the start method call, then the user agent must use the user agent default speech service. [...] If this event fires, the end event must not be fired for this utterance.pause eventFired when and if this utterance is paused mid-utterance.resume eventFired when and if this utterance is resumed after being paused mid-utterance.